Author: Digital News Asia
National Instruments has announced the establishment of the National Instruments Academy & Innovation Nucleus (NI-AIN), in collaboration with Technology Park Malaysia Corporation and SME Corp Malaysia.
Catcha Media Berhad (Catcha Media) announced today its subsidary, iCar Asia Limited (iCar), successfully completed its initial public offering (IPO) on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on Sept 11.
Since it started 10 years ago Hack In The Box's annual gathering of security enthusiasts has grown to become one of the world’s leading events for groundbreaking talks on cutting-edge IT security research, with events in Europe and Asia. HITBSecConf2012 returns to Kuala Lumpur from Oct 8-11 at the Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur hotel.
The National ICT association Pikom has urged the Government to retain English as the medium of instruction for Mathematics and Science subjects at all levels in a bid to address the critical shortage of ICT graduates who meet industry demand.
The Malaysian PC market registered a sharp sequential decline of 19% to 893,000 units during the second quarter of this year, according to the latest IDC Asia Pacific Quarterly PC Tracker report.
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) has officially launched its Knowledge Workers Development Center (KDC), which was established to accelerate the development of local k-workers.
As the Internet plays an increasingly prominent role in children’s lives, parents are getting increasingly worried about the ease with which undesirable content can be accessed online, security software company Kaspersky Lab said, citing the growing number of people activating the Parental Control component in its products.
Sophos has announced a hosted version of its mobile device management (MDM) solution, Sophos Mobile Control, enabling partners to offer clients a choice of delivery models.
Google Malaysia has announced it will be hosting the first annual g|Malaysia event in Kuala Lumpur from Oct 3 - 4, 2012 at the Berjaya Times Square Hotel.
Two-thirds of global consumers say they are willing to pay more for electronic products that have been responsibly produced, according to CNN International's Consumer Connect - Consumer Electronics 2012 survey.